Katana Software Joins ARDA Timeshare Chairmans League

Katana Software Joins the ARDA Timeshare Chairman’s League
Katana Software Joins the ARDA Timeshare Chairman’s League

Katana Software, a custom development and systems integration firm known for providing timeshare and hospitality industry software systems, has joined the Chairman’s League of the American Resort Development Association (ARDA timeshare). Among the timeshare resort brands already using Katana are: Diamond Resorts, Hyatt Vacation Club, Marriott Vacation Club and MGM.

As Rob Woodward, CEO of Katana explains, “We aren’t exactly a secret. However, we felt it was time for us to take a higher profile role in the shared ownership industry. Our product has been directly developed over the last seven years to meet the challenges of timeshare’s unique and complex property, asset, and service model. ASGARD has been specifically developed to help management ensure their properties and service staffs maximize the guest experience, track and control operations expenses while improving brand performance, and maximize service revenue opportunities. It’s time more of the industry becomes aware of Katana Software and ASGARD’s capabilities. Joining the Chairman’s League is a big step in that direction.”

Known for ASGARD™, with its powerful central database management dashboards, Katana Software provides effective programs for resort use backed a service time of experts who work with each customer to help identify specific project goals and provide valuable resources to ensure ongoing success. The ASGARD system is effective for timeshare resorts, fractional and shared ownership properties, condo-hotels and HOA operators.

The ARDA Timeshare Chairman’s League

The American Resort Development Association (ARDA timeshare) is the Washington D.C.-based trade association that represents the timeshare, vacation ownership, and resort development industries. ARDA’s Chairman’s League ARDA’s Chairman’s League was developed approximately  12 years ago in response to members’ requests for a higher level at which professionals could showcase their commitment to the timeshare  industry.